Art and culture bring colour to our world. And what are art and culture without the people that create it, shape it, present it, and enjoy it?
Join us as we delve into the lives of fascinating, creative, inspiring people. We explore what it means to live, love, and thrive in these overwhelming days. Through our guest interviews, we uncover ways that will help you navigate life; leaving you feeling more inspired and empowered, and remembering that you are not alone.
Join Curious Motion’s Samantha McCormick, a dance artist, for honest, open, curious conversations.
Curious e-Motion is a podcast by Curious Motion; a Calderdale-based dance and arts non profit that aims to illuminate lives and enrich souls.
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Nuno Silva on songs, dance, and the Cursed Child
An fascinating adventure into the life and work of Nuno Silva, an original cast member of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Matt Lackford & Nathan Johnston on men's mental health and life changing experiences.
An important conversation around men's mental health and dealing with life changing experiences, from the viewpoint of two dance artists.
Alice Bradshaw on rubbish, mental wellbeing, and how art heals.
What do rubbish, artists, and mental health have in common? Alice Bradshaw! Find out how this artist is supporting the health and wellbeing of people around the world.
Alice Grayson on chronic pain, nerve pathways, and movement, from a therapist's perspective.
A fascinating exploration into the nervous system, chronic pain, and how movement can heal with sports massage therapist and movement practitioner, Alice Grayson.
Angela Whiley on her love for place, and surviving the most difficult year of her life.
Sam chats to the inspiring Angela Whiley about her love of place, particularly the town of Elland through her work at Calderdale Council, and living in Halifax. Angela also shares with us her personal story of the most difficult year of her life, and what this means for her today.
Maisha Kungu & Jess Woodhead on creativity, self care, and friendship.
A heartwarming episode with Maisha and Jess, childhood friends who now enjoy successful careers in dance and the arts. Hear about their approach to wellbeing and self care, plus what creativity means to them.